Plaza Vieja Provides Rich ABQ Culture and History
When it comes to Downtown Albuquerque or Old Town Albuquerque, Plaza Vieja is also in the center of it all. Many cultural landmarks and key places of Albuquerque are adjacent to the sprawling Tiguex Park. The residential area of Plaza Vieja offers many classic adobe-style homes, and everything in this area is close to many local hotspots.
Museums in Albuquerque—Plaza Vieja
The Albuquerque Museum is a cultural hub that preserves the area’s past and promotes the arts. They have some impressive permanent collections as well as world-class traveling exhibitions. The Albuquerque Museum also has fun family programming, free community events, and lectures from a variety of experts. Nearly anyone can enjoy art classes there as well. They have classes for children as young as 4-years-old and up to 55+. The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is also right across the street from Tiguex Park.
Places to Eat in Plaza Vieja
There are many great places to eat in Plaza Vieja. If you’re in the mood for pizza, you’ve got to try Old Town Pizza Parlor. They’re famous for their epic calzones, and gluten-free folks say that their gluten-free pizza is the best in Albuquerque. One Google reviewer, Bonnie, shared,
“I visited this little gem yesterday, and it was AMAZING. They have gluten-free pizza, hands down the best gluten-free pizza I’ve had in Albuquerque. I highly recommend trying this place. My husband had the original crust, and he loved his pizza too. We will absolutely be back…. very soon.”
Another local favorite is Remedy Coffee. Their logo alone shares a sentiment many of us feel—coffee is the prescription for many things! Locals and visitors love their blueberry scones and their signature drink, The Remedy, a mocha with Duran’s red chile.
Driving Directions from Old Town Pizza Parlor to Bosque Heating Cooling & Plumbing
Drive 14 min (8.1 miles)
Old Town Pizza Parlor
108 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, United States
Get on I-40 E from Rio Grande Blvd NW
4 min (0.9 mi)
Head east toward Romero St NW
Turn right onto Romero St NW
Turn right onto Central Ave NW/U.S. Rt. 66
Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Rio Grande Blvd NW
Turn right to merge onto I-40 E
Continue on I-40 E. Take I-25 N to Pan American Frontage Rd N. Take exit 230 from I-25 N
6 min (6.2 mi)
Merge onto I-40 E
Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 159B-159C to merge onto I-25 N toward Santa Fe
Take exit 230 toward San Mateo Blvd/Osuna Rd
Continue on Pan American Frontage Rd N to your destination
3 min (0.9 mi)
Merge onto Pan American Frontage Rd N
Use the left lane to turn left onto San Mateo Blvd NE
Continue onto Osuna Rd NE
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Pan American Fwy NE
Destination will be on the left
Bosque Heating Cooling and Plumbing
5901 Pan American Fwy #D1, Albuquerque, NM 87109, United States
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